deanrock social housing

Deanrock Social Housing

Clean Energy Ireland begin installation of the PV systems on the Deanrock social housing scheme being delivered by Cork City Council. The Deanrock landbank has lain vacant since the demolition in 2007 of 108 “eyesore” flats, built in the 1970s by the National Building Agency. The development of the site Read more…

commercial pv panels

Commercial PV Benefits

Commercial PV panels, a.k.a. photovoltaic, are usually muddled using solar thermal arrangements, on the other hand they work in alternative method. Not like solar thermal arrangements, which are used to create warm water, PV panels seize the sun’s dynamism and change it into electrical energy. The electrical energy produced by Read more…

acoustic testing cork

The Basics of Sound Testing

Achieving a good soundproofing between the flats and houses of the growing cities is an important thing. Obviously, nobody wants to hear their neighbors through poorly sound-proved walls. To live peacefully, soundproofing is an essential thing, and for this, you need to perform acoustic testing. Let’s have a look on Read more…

solar energy

Solar Energy Benefits

Utilizing the natural powers to transform into a productive form of the energy has been EU’s focus since years. The rule, concept to be more precise, is slowly spreading in Europe. Ireland is one of the lowest consumption countries of the natural energy system i.e. the solar energy is catching Read more…

Dublin City Council Rapid Build

Dublin City Council Rapid Build Projects

Dublin City Council Rapid Build – ‘A’ Rated homes with natural gas. Located at St. Helena’s Court, Finglas, this Dublin City Council Rapid Build development meets all Part L building regulations using natural gas combined with renewable technology. This Dublin City Council project used off-site manufacturing techniques and steel frame Read more…

real time energy

Real Time Energy Production

Real Time Energy monitoring allows you to check the: – Power, – Daily and monthly energy, – Efficiency. Click on the link below and follow the real time energy production of our recent 15kW installation in McDonald’s, Ballincollig: